Man found, but fatal 295 crash probe continues
Submitted by New Jersey Motor Vehicle Accident Lawyer, Jeffrey Hark.
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Police have located a man thought to be involved in the deadly accident on Interstate 295 in Mount Laurel this week but his role in the crash remains undetermined.
New Jersey State Police said 58-year-old Joseph Tiedeman was found in an abandoned home in Burlington Township and was receiving medical care.
Police said Thursday that Tiedeman’s role, if any, in the crash had not been determined yet.
Investigators had been looking for him after a 2011 Ford F550 truck registered in his name was involved in the fiery crash, which happened at about 8:45 p.m. Sunday.
The truck ran off the highway and into the center median, catching fire after striking a Route 73 support post.
Another man was found dead inside the vehicle.
Police said the deceased man has been tentatively identified, but officials are waiting for confirmation from the medical examiner before releasing his name.
Investigators are continuing to probe the circumstances of the crash.
Originally published here by philly.com